Your wedding is a pretty big event where you will invite friends and family from all around the country and sometimes from around the world. In order to make your wedding a memorable occasion for you and all your guests, you can arrange an all-inclusive wedding package with a specific venue to cover all the many details of your wedding. Here are some tips to help you find the right all-inclusive wedding venue whether it is a local event or a destination wedding.
Check Food Options
When you are planning a wedding, it is important that you find out what types of food the venue can provide to you. You may have a specific menu you want to give to your wedding guests for the dinner, so you should make sure the venue can accommodate your request. Most wedding venues that provide catering are able to complete a wide variety of dishes and menu items so they can meet the needs of the highest number of customers and their guests. So, for example, if you want to include Polynesian food at your wedding dinner or reception, it is important to ask about these options and what types of dishes they would be able to serve for you.
You may also want to check into the types of foods available and what type of dietary restrictions they are able to accommodate. You may have some guests who are vegetarian, vegan, or gluten intolerant and can only eat food and drink without gluten. When you check this out in advance and well before you book a venue, you will be able to make the best decision for your wedding venue for the total inclusive package.
Check Wedding Extras
When you are planning a wedding with an all-inclusive package, you will want to verify which details are included and what items you will need to arrange separately. Most wedding venues will provide you with food, decor, tables and chairs, and other furnishings, and an individual who will be coordinating the entire affair. However, sometimes you can get them to add on some extras so you can reduce your own responsibility in extra arrangements up to your wedding day.
Ask if the wedding venue can provide your wedding cake in the design, flavors, and set-up for the event. The venue may only provide the cake table and decor, so find out if this is an optional add-on. Then, ask about the music for dancing and during the dinner, which you can often arrange with a DJ or through a service with the venue. Then, find out if you can add an open bar to the event or if you can arrange for the venue to provide bartender services and you provide your own alcohol.
For more information on all-inclusive wedding packages, contact a venue near you.